Sunday, 27 September 2020

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World AIDS Day 2011

unaidsAs we mark 30 years of AIDS, let’s be inspired by the early days of AIDS activism. AIDS has proven to be much more than an epidemic—it is a movement that has inspired people across the world. This movement is more important now than ever. The beginning of the end of AIDS is now in sight – we must get to Zero new HIV infections, Zero discrimination, Zero AIDS-related deaths. It is our shared vision and our shared responsibility, in memory of the millions who died of AIDS but also for future generations.

Choose your action – make it happen!

    Find out about the latest scientific breakthroughs that bring the end of AIDS closer to sight.
    Enter your blogs, videos, pictures, websites – be creative and show how you contribute to the beginning of the end of AIDS
  • GIVE
    Make a donation to show your support
    Nominate a grassroots organization for the Red Ribbon Award
    On CrowdoutAIDS, contribute to UNAIDS youth strategy
    Add the twibbon and turn Facebook and Twitter red


Annie Lennox and Michel Sidibé call upon you to bring an end to AIDS


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